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3 myths that get in the way of product adoption by Martina Lauchengo

BY Eira Hayward on September 29, 2022 for Prioritised Members

In this keynote session at #mtpcon SF+Americas 2022, Martina Lauchengco, Partner at SVPG and author of Loved: How to rethink marketing for tech products, unpicks three myths of Product that get in the way of driving product adoption. […] Read more »

Ethics and magic algorithms - MTP Hamburg Engage 2022

BY Björn-Torge Schulz on September 8, 2022

At MTP Engage Hamburg 2022, there was a whole slot dedicated to the responsibility of a product manager, with two experts speaking on this pressing topic. Here you can see and read what Roisi Proven and Cennydd Bowles had to say. […] Read more »

Humility and personal resilience in product - MTP Engage Hamburg 2022

BY Shaun Russell on August 29, 2022

In these two talks from MTP Engage Hamburg, Thor Mitchell, Head of Platform at Miro, and Holly Donohue, Chief Product Officer at Purple, share two different perspectives on the mental qualities you need as a Product Manager. Watch the two sessions in full below or read on for the key points. […] Read more »

What we learned at #mtpEngage Hamburg 2022

BY Louron Pratt on June 23, 2022

After a two-year hiatus, this year’s MTP Engage Hamburg brought together product people from Germany and further afield—this year it was packed into an exciting three days of product management expertise. Here’s what we learned from the amazing talks given by our line-up of renowned product experts. […] Read more »

Attend #mtpcon Digital Americas – Convince Your Boss and Get the Cost Covered

BY Imogen Schels on July 1, 2021

#mtpcon Digital Americas is just around the corner (July 14-15) and if you’re already wondering how you’ll convince your boss to let you attend and expense your ticket, we’re here to lend a hand. Now, more than ever before, the benefits bundled up in our conference ticket far outweigh the price and we’re going to tell […] Read more »

#mtpcon Digital APAC Day 2 highlights

BY Louron Pratt on April 15, 2021

Following on from an exciting day yesterday, day two of #mtpcon Digital APAC saw more engaging keynote speakers covering data, commercial discovery, and purpose-driven products. We also enjoyed some exciting breakout sessions ranging from tech leadership to digital transformation, and even had a bit of spare time for chit chat over some coffee and doughnuts. Here’s […] Read more »

#mtpcon Digital APAC Day 1 highlights

BY Imogen Schels on April 14, 2021

Today, #mtpcon Digital APAC got off to an exciting start! We saw three engaging keynotes covering discovery, product development, and cybernetics, plus a plethora of interactive breakout sessions. Here’s what we learned throughout the day… Kicking things off from Mind the product HQ in the UK meant that by 4.30 am our time we’d already caught […] Read more »

Attend #mtpcon Digital Americas - Convince Your Boss and Get the Cost Covered

BY Imogen Schels on July 1, 2021

#mtpcon Digital Americas is just around the corner (July 14-15) and if you’re already wondering how you’ll convince your boss to let you attend and expense your ticket, we’re here to lend a hand. Now, more than ever before, the benefits bundled up in our conference ticket far outweigh the price and we’re going to […] Read more »

Watch the #mtpcon Digital 2020 Keynotes

BY Imogen Schels on November 20, 2020 for Prioritised Members

If you missed a talk from #mtpcon Digital in July or November 2020, or if you simply fancy watching one of them again, feel free! You’ll find them all below:  #mtpcon Autumn Tech and the New Normal by Benedict Evans Scaling Product Teams: In Defense of Process by Spectra (Adaora) Asala Lessons from a Product […] Read more »

Thank you for joining us at #mtpcon Digital 2020

BY Martin Eriksson on July 20, 2020

Last week we ran #mtpcon Digital – our 20th conference but also our first that was fully online. We’ll admit that none of us were quite sure what to expect from a digital conference, or whether an experience limited to your browser could live up to the 19 conferences that preceded it, all of which […] Read more »